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1977 Dodge Charger Overview
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Few changes for the 1977 Dodge Charger, which was a two-door mid-sized coupe built on a Cordoba frame. The 1977 Charger dropped its base and Sport models, whose body was basically absorbed into the new Monaco line.
The SE and Daytona models remained, with either a standard 318 V8, TorqueFlite auto transmission, or the optional 360, 5.9-liter, 180-hp or 200-hp engine (depending on either the 2-barrel or 4-barrel carburetor), and the top of the line 400, 6.6-liter, 190-hp engine. Cosmetically, the 1977 Charger got a redesigned grille.
Though not as attractive, and frankly more boring than the old Chargers, owners liked the dependability of the new Charger line, particularly the quiet ride provided by its strong suspension system.
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Dodge Charger Questions
How Much Should I Pay
car in rough but salvageable with a little work how much should i pay? needs moderate engine work smokes a bit body needs paint and only surface rust
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I need to know the distance between the two front tires.
Is It Possible To Switch Out My Therma Quad To A Smaller Carb ?
I have already taken and put a standard distributor and byoassed the lean-burn system?
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Is There Any Kind Of Pricing For 77 Daytona Charger
Chrysler Imperial has a Web Page (www.imperialclub.com) that give condition categories and pricing per condition. Can you provide nayting like thatfor the 77 Dodge Daytona Charger?? Thank you Lou Wa...